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Before you begin

Terminology

First, let's deep-dive into the Knowledge functionality within Workspace by reviewing some of the major terminology used:

  • Knowledge base - The organized collection of your digital assets. It allows you to group documents related to the same area within one collection.
  • Category - This is the taxonomy for a document within a knowledge base. It provides a logical grouping of documents belonging to the same topic.
  • Document - An element of corporate knowledge. The document may contain multiple content fields and attributes. The structure of the document depends on the document type.
  • Document type - Knowledge supports the following document types:
    • FAQ - A document that is structured in a question and answer format for frequently asked questions.
    • Article - A document describing the topic mentioned in the title. Ordinarily, an article provides much more detail than a FAQ.
  • Attachment - A supplementary document that is provided with the main document.
  • Channel - The channel/media of the interaction in which are serving your customer with. Different channels provide different ways of collaboration between you and your customer.

Next, let's review some of the first steps you'll take in using the knowledge:

Selecting a Language

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To select a language, click the language menu and choose your language from the list.

Selecting a Knowledge Base

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By default, the Knowledge Base is set to All knowledge bases allowing you to search through all live Knowledge Bases at the same time. Should you wish to search a single Knowledge Base however, clicking on the Knowledge Base menu allows you to choose a specific Knowledge Base from the list.

Selecting a Channel

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By default, Channels are set to All Channels allowing you to search through all Channels at the same time. Should you wish to search a single Channel however (for example, documents relating to Chat only), clicking on the Channels menu allows you to choose a specific Channel from the list.

Now, let's get started!

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